Tuesday, 28 August 2012


Flinders Hotel logo
While at Cape Schanck, we had dinner one night at the Deck at the Flinders Hotel.  Although the Deck is the more casual of the two dining options at this hotel, it's still a step up from "pub" food, and this is reflected in the prices. Just the same, no complaints at all about the chicken parma or the baked salmon in a rich sauce, and the apple and rhubarb crumble slipped down too. Service on quiet winter weekday evening was a little relaxed, and we seemed to be seated in a draught-prone part of the room (which of course wouldn't be a problem in the busy summer period), but on the whole it was OK.

There wasn't much else happening in Flinders that winter evening.  Even the local Thai restaurant was closed and in darkness!

Earlier in the day, we had stopped off briefly to admire the view from Flinders across the entrance to Western Port, towards Philip Island and the Nobbies.

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